Experimental Adventures in Awkward Participatory Performance
24-26th Jan 2016
Primary, 33 Seely Road, Nottingham, NG7 1NU
Reactor are pleased to present Daniel Oliver’s Awkwoods, a 3-day awkwardly facilitated fantastical workshop about awkward audience participation and immersive performance. The event is for artists working within Experimental Theatre, Live Art and Performance Art who have an invested interest in audience participation. The participants and Daniel will live together: working, eating, and sleeping in the same space.
Their experiments, interactions, and discussions will occur within the fictional framework of a ‘rural retreat’ in some woods (when in reality they will be in a large room in Nottingham). These ‘woods’ will be constructed within from parcel tape, dirt, sticks and so on. On the third day of the project they will open up Awkwoods to the public, who will enter into the world they have created and have the opportunity to experience a series of awkward participatory performances that take place within that world.
May contain naturism.
Call for Participants:
Please email the following information to email@example.com
• Contact Details
• That you are applying for Reactor Halls (Or Live Art Bistro - please see https://danieloliverperformance.wordpress.com/ for more details)
• A paragraph about your performance practice and the place of audience participation within it (up to 300 words).
• An awkward account of an awkward experience you have had in a participatory performance (up to 300 words).
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